Android 6.0  M “Marshmallow”

Android 6.0  M “Marshmallow”

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Marshmallow will primarily focus on improving the overall user experience, and will bring a few features such as a

1.Redesigned permission model in which applications are no longer automatically granted all of their specified permissions at installation.

2.Battery life enhancements Doze power scheme for extend battery life when a device is not manipulated by the user, and native support for fingerprint recognition.This feature can doubles the device’s battery life as said sources.

3.Now user get prompted to grant or deny individual permissions (such as the ability to access the camera or microphone) to an application when they are needed for the first time.

4.Android Marshmallow provides native support for fingerprint recognition on supported devices via a standard API, allowing third-party applications to implement fingerprint-based authentication. Fingerprints can be used for unlocking devices and authenticating Play Store and Android Pay purchases.

5.USB Type C and faster charging his relatively new USB type is backwards-compatible, which means that (like Apple’s Lightning adapter) the charging cable can be inserted in the port either way, making it a convenience for all users. USB Type C has two other advantages: It allows for faster data transfer rates and charges devices faster. In fact, Google says USB Type C can charge products up to 3-5 times faster than the current crop of microUSB chargers.

6.Easy Direct share this feature yet, we know that Direct Share will enable apps to share content (for example images) to specific contacts with just one click. So, if you share stuff with particular contacts frequently, the software will recognize this behaviour and show those contacts on top. It is expected that the APIs will allow for more features, but it will eventually depend on the app makers to integrate them.

7.boot screen graphics view changes.

Update will be available on: Nexus,Samsung,Sony selective devices

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